So much has transpired between Moses at the banks of the Jordan seeing cautiously forward into the future of Israel and Jesus looking back at this time and its tangible results at the barren fig tree. The Law had been no match for the reprobate mind, it thought that it was doing right all along even though there was every evidence to the contrary. From here on out Jesus was to stand as the only true fulfillment of the Law crowned by His death and resurrection. Not a tweak or adjustment to the Law, but, the Law to be written into the flesh of our hearts (that being the Law solely fulfilled in Him)! Moses declared in that day that in this day if Israel would seek this "LORD" anew the promise of his Mosaic covenant would finally come about.
Notice today in kjv@Mark:16 kjv@Deuteronomy:29-30, where the Lord was revealing through one specific person Moses the old covenant, he is now revealing through several un-related witnesses his resurrection, It is no longer the leadership but the commoner.
Interesting contrast in today's reading between an Israel just stepping into their inheritance and a millennium or so after they've completely lost and squandered it all away. The critics surrounding Jesus at this time have not a clue of who they are and where they stand in the storyline developing right before their eyes, just as we often are.
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